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Sunday, 31 January 2016

The watch(er)s

I've always wondered about the cover of Swords. Aside from Morrissey looking pained, there's something a little unusual going on.

On the back cover, Morrissey is clearly wearing two watches. On the front, he is covering the right watch with his left hand.

Are these more (missed) MW-related signs? Let's do what conspiracy theorists do best and go down the rabbit hole of Illuminati theory,

The Watchers go by various names and if you have the time and the inclination you can read David Icke's lengthy essay on them here. The Eye of Horus and the Eye of Providence can be associated with all this as being symbols of The Watchers. As we know from the previous blob post, this can be symbolized through the Hidden Eye (and is a common gesture with pop stars). The Watchers might be Fallen Angels, Nephilim, our Reptilian Shapeshifting overlords or whatever takes your delusional fantasy.

So, here we have Morrissey wearing two watches on the back cover of Swords. This image is necessary so that we can see he is covering a watch on the front. Like the Hidden Eye and The Hidden Hand, is The Hidden Watch Morrissey's creative reference to the Illuminati/Eye of Providence/Hidden Eye/Eye of Horus/Nephilim/shapeshifting reptilian symbolism?

But wait, there's more! We know that Morrissey likes his typefaces and on Swords the W appears as a double V. Why? Well, a V or chevron is also an occult symbol (hence the reference to Roy's Keen's triangle and circle in the previous blob post).

Going back a bit, I mentioned the Nephilim and I'm reminded of It's Hard To Walk Tall When You're Small. Is this a reference to humanity in comparison to our supposed gargantuan overlords? I doubt it, but we should rarely let skepticism or reality get into the way of MW-related theories.

But I'm getting ahead of myself. We'll visit an alternative analysis to some specific songs (from the Maladjusted era) in my next blob post.

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

He always said that there were clues we had missed

Morrissey with hand over left eye and right eye framed Eye of Horus-like: photo by Jake
The Hidden Eye
The sign represents the evil eye floating above the pyramid. The single eye, or the eye of Providence originates in Egypt with the eye of Horus. In conspiracy theory lore, it represents allegiance to Satan and the Illuminati.

Why do this? Is it a celebrity in-joke, messing with us plebs? Quite possibly they're satirizing the whole Devil's Music thing. Is it brand marketing, and if so, what's the brand? Is it pop music itself? And since when did Aldous Huxley make albums?

Usually, a hand blocks one eye (as seen above), but there are creative ways of doing this, such as:

And (from Linder - although I respect that Ms Sterling's reasons were probably quite different):

Remember the hidden hand?
(I'm sure FTM did something on this, but I just can't find the blighter blob post.)

Anyway, here's what the Illuminti signs site has to say:

Hidden Hand of the Men of Jahbuhlun (Jahbulon, Jabulon), Sign of the Master of the Second Veil

Texe Marrs calls this sign the Hidden Hand of the Men of Jahbulon in his Codex Magica. According to Marrs, it represents the hidden Masonic deity, Jahbulon. The sign’s true meaning must remain hidden from the public. Jahbuhlun = Jah-buh-lun = Yah-Baal-On = Yahweh-Baal-Osiris = The true god of Masonry ~ Codex Magica

Source: that other Morrissey conspiracy site
lOOk - unhidden hands!
We know Kristeen Young founded the Blue Rose Society. As displayed in our last thrilling blob post, she's been known to wear Eye of Horus eye make-up. But's there's something else about that photo that I want to share.

Just a cigar?
Even the Roy's Keen cover has been mentioned (and largely dismissed) on a David Icke forum (not surprisingly, given the level of intellect on display there, I think they missed the point, as the sign is actually the triangle and wheel):

Support act Ana Calvi references Linder and...

Sunday, 24 January 2016

Blackstar, one eye

Pt.1 - How I missed Bowie

I remember seeing the Heroes video on telly and finding the music interesting, if the visuals a bit underwhelming. Then there was the Ashes to Ashes, which blew me away and which was oddly played a bit on Simon Townsend's Wonderworld (as was OMD's Souvenir) and this was a revelation. Back then, I was too young to buy records and was exposed to what my elder siblings brought home (Pink Floyd and Tangerine Dream on one side and Sherbert and Abba on the other), what was on Countdown and Sounds Unlimited and 3XY.

However, I was aware of Bowie through of several his singles that charted in Australia, but the only Bowie recording in our home was a copy of the Heroes LP that was rarely played. When I did play it, I only found the title track and the ambient Moss Garden attractive.

By the time that I was buying my own vinyl (Laurie Anderson's Big Science in 1982), Bowie had moved on to his most overtly commercial and pop era, which didn't catch my imagination. I only became aware of Bowie again when he covered I Know It's Gunna To Happen Some Day, so I listened to Black Tie, White Noise and wasn't impressed.

Only when he died and there was an outpouring of grief from all and sundry, highlighting his Morrissey-like importance to people's lives, did it occur to me that I was wrong in thinking that he was overrated. Of course, Bowie meant a lot to Morrissey, beginning 1972 when he heard Starman. 

David Bowie sings Starman with future Your Arsenal producer, Mick Ronson.
Autobiography pic from @TheRatsBack.
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Pt.2 Does joining the dots expose reality?

Those who cannot accept that Morrissey was behind the MW phenomenon can no longer deny that he supports wild  conspiracy theories. The TTY post Monarchy is Anarchy features videos that outline a global Satanist conspiracy, featuring a rogues gallery of rulers including the British monarchy. The List of the Lost references similar themes.

Note what Morrissey says about Bowie in Autobiography: "... a sanity heralding a coming of consciousness... David Bowie is detached from everything, yet open to everything..."

This issue of consciousness is essential to an understanding of certain conspiratorial world views. Morrissey fan and friend, Russell Brand, has interviewed Davic Icke about these kind of things.

Like any good conspiracy theorist, let's play a game of joining the dots.
  • Russell Brand is a friend of Morrissey and has interviewed David Icke in a supportive role more than once (even note the Bush = pedophile reference above, which is akin to a subplot in List of the Lost)

    Mr Icke has also been known to bat with the Rat:
  • David Icke praises some of Morrissey's statements on his website, so he's obviously aware of Morrissey and, since they clearly believe similar things, probably vice versa
  • Russell Brand was married to Katie Perry, who uses the Eye of Horus, owls and other occult imagery in her visual iconography. They have clearly met.

  • Morrissey publicly references these gestures, including the OK, eye owls and the Eye of Horus:

  • The Eye of Horus, seen recently on  TTY:
    • Morrissey's owl eyes was itself a MW reference, where he noted the prevalence of similar gestures among pop stars. These gestures, which take various forms, are related to supposed Illumiaty symbols, including the Eye of Horus, the Minerval Owl, the Hidden Eye (or Illuminati One-Eyed salute) and the Third Eye. Conspiracy nuts have suggested that they are an in-plain-sight, sheeple-mocking reference to the supposed MKUltra Monarch mind control program, which apparently involves pop music stars creating alter-egos - from Ozzzy Osborne to Celine Dion, Tom Jones to The Biebsta! 

    Even Rat's friend, Boy George!
    Kisteeen Young (who worked with Bowie and Morrissey) with Eye of Horus make-up.

  • So, we now come back to David Bowie. Bowie was the master of alter-egos; Ziggy, Aladdin Sane, the Tin White Duke and, of late, Lazarus. Bowie was interested in the occult (especially during his cocaine  years). With his provocative spaced-out lyrics and iconic visuals, Bowie has been implicated in numerous occult, Satanic and Illuminaty conspiracies (some of he latest are here). He' just the kind of character to open up a fan like Morrissey to the possibilities of other ways and meanings (along with other Morrissey idols such as Jean Cocteau).

    Of course, Bowie and Morrissey have met, touring together and singing Cosmic Dancer, so Morrissey has had the opportunity to discuss such matters with him. However, their relationship had broken down, leading to a failure to pen an obituary on TTY (no matter how many times we've refreshed the News page since Bowie's death). 

    • But don't listen to me rattling on with nonsense and links, here's the truth about David "Starman" Bowie from someone who knows: